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A message from Sustrans about a "Pattern and Place" stay-at-home project for school kids in East Bristol 

Hello,

 

We’re asking school children in East Bristol to help us with a ‘Pattern and Place’ project to explore local identity and influence designs for patterns and signage on the Bristol Bath Railway Path. This is part of the ongoing OnePath: BS5 community redesign project. Visit qrco.de/Onepath for more information.

 

We’ve put together a project children can complete from home during the covid-19 lockdown. Take a look at the materials attached:

  • 1 page summary: guidance for kids taking part in the Pattern and Place project, including a description of the task and how to submit their contributions.
  • Assembly PowerPoint presentation: provides a more interactive background about the Pattern and Place project, including some history of the Bristol Bath Railway Path and information about how the OnePath: BS5 community redesign of the path has progressed so far.

These documents can also be downloaded from the OnePath: BS5 website.

 

If you know anyone who has children at school in East Bristol, please do encourage them to take part. The more the merrier! Please forward this email to them so they have all the details.

 

See the 1 page summary for full information on how to get involved. The deadline for contributions is Friday 17 July 2020 (5pm).

 

I’ll be available to answer any questions, so please get in touch if you have any. Thanks for taking part!

 

Best wishes,

Han Brittain

South Officer | Sustrans South Delivery Team | Sustrans

COVID-19

Dear Parents and Carers, 

Please find a selection of classwork and suggested activities that can be undertaken by our children at home. We have tried to combine online learning with more traditional activities. Use the links to Year Groups to find the supporting materials.

Year Group 

May Park Primary

Regular Practice

Enhanced Activities 

Year 6

Reading - 40-60 minutes a day

Spellings - Practicing spellings from the KS2 Year 5/6 spelling list

SATs preparation: 

Mini reading tests (CGP booklets)

Arithmetic  (CGP style)

Shape and space- crib sheets and new learning

Year 5

Reading - 40-60 minutes a day

Spellings - Practicing spellings from the KS2 Year 5/6 spelling list

Maths - 1 sheet of practise a day

SPAG - 1 sheet of practise a day

Writing - 2 writing activities a week

Word-searches 

Maths revision packs 

Crosswords

Year 4

Reading - 40-60 minutes a day

Maths: TT Rockstars – 30 minutes a day 

Spellings - Practicing spellings from the KS2 Year 3/4 spelling list

Writing- Write a story about a great hero who battles against a powerful monster. Use the skills we have been working on. Write one paragraph a day. See additional sheet with other activities.

Creativity Enquiry Task


Spelling / writing tasks 

Year 3

Reading - 40-60 minutes a day

Spellings - Practicing spellings from the KS2 Year 3/4 spelling list

English booklet

This includes tasks based on previous work;

apostrophes, commas and homophones

Maths Booklet

x3, x4 x8 times table activities, word problems, money, addition and subtraction calculations.

Handwriting booklet

 Based on homophones

Enquiry Project 

Based on our topic “What does it mean to be healthy.”

Year 2

Reading - 40 minutes a day

Spellings - Practicing spellings from  the year ½ spelling list

TImes Tables - daily practice on Times Tables Rock Stars

English

5x daily writing activities (nouns, verbs, tenses, 2x grammar practice questions)

Maths

5x daily activities (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, reasoning with number, reasoning with geometry, measure and statistics)

Reading booklet 1

5x daily activities based on KS1 SATs Reading Paper 1

Reading booklet 2

5x daily activities based on KS1 SATs Reading Paper 2

Enquiry

Research schools in other countries. Design and build a model of your own school. Explain why they have designed it in this way.

Year 1

Reading - 40 minutes a day

Spellings - Practicing spelling words with sounds from phase 3 and phase 5 as well as tricky words up to phase 5.

Maths booklet

Counting in 2s, 5s and 10s, number bonds to 10/20, word problems, addition and subtraction.

English booklet

5x daily writing activities including handwriting activities.

Phonics booklet

Phase 3 and phase 5 activities, retaining and writing sentences using phase 3 and phase 5 activities.

Enquiry

‘Animals’ home learning project. 

‘The world around us’ home learning project.

Reception

Reading: Parents to read with their children. Children must read out loud to their parents and have their parents read to them. 

Maths

Count with their children to 20. Work on recognising the numbers, putting them in order.  

Do simple addition sums using things around the house like grapes/cookies/toilet rolls.  

Use hands for simple sums for number bonds to 5 and 10. 

 

Writing

Get the children to write a sentence every day, using the phoneme sounds. Talk about finger spaces between words and a full stop at the end. This could be in the form of a diary.  

 

Learning through play

Get as much outdoor play as possible. It is important for children to stay active here are a few websites that can give children some physical exercise you can watch on youtube;

  1.  Gonoodle
  2. Joe Wicks children
  3. Just dance
  4. Cosmic kids yoga
  5. Jack Hartmann

Nursery 

Share lots of books and stories with your children.

Join in with your child’s play to help with their language development. 



Please see the Nursery page on the school website for some activities and ideas for learning through play at home.  www.maypark.bristol.sch.uk/nursery-plan

Have a look at https://playhooray.co.uk/ for more great ideas.